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Alaska Mountain Goat Hunting

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*Guide Required* All huntable mountain goat populations are managed through draw and registration permits. This allows for better control and to manage the nanny harvest. Since it is a guide-required species, it is best to consider all of the outfitters that offer hunts that meet your expectations and desires. Mountain goat hunts range from grueling multi-day backpack hunts complete with ropes and crampons all the way to casual yacht-based late season hunts along coastal inlets. The 2023 goat season proved once again that the weather dictates most everything when it comes to goat hunting in Alaska. All mountain goat hunters should be prepared for some of the worst and most unpredictable weather the north land can throw at you. While it is common to want to wait until the latest season dates possible to target a long-haired billy, keep in mind that winter temps can come early and you may not want to push your luck.

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Alaska Mountain Goat Season Dates

There are no over-the-counter general hunts for mountain goat, but most units have registration hunts, which are essentially over-the-counter hunts with emergency closure protocols to manage these hunts based on harvest success and limits. All draw hunts in unit 7 will have registration-only hunts that may be open November 1-14 following the early season draw hunts.

For specific dates and units please visit the Alaska ADFG

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The southwestern portion of Kodiak Island still allows for the two goat bag limit on the southwestern portion of the island. This unique hunt is an open registration hunt that runs August through March. This hunt should be on your list only if you have a resident kindred relative who lives in Alaska and is willing to go on the hunt with you. Otherwise, there are very few registered guides that allow their clients to chase two goats in this area.

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Guided Mountain Goat Hunts in Alaska

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Application Dates for Mountain Goat in Alaska

Alaska’s application deadline is 5 P.M. (AKST) on December 15, 2023.

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Alaska Non-Resident Mountain Goat Hunting Fees

2023-2024 Alaska Non-Resident Fees.
Annual Hunting License $160
Application Fee (each choice) $5
Application Fee (each choice, bison and muskox) $10
LOCKING-TAG FEES (Purchase Before Hunt)  
Dall Sheep Tag (Guide Required) $850
Brown/Grizzly Bear Tag (Guide Required) $1,000
Moose Tag $800
Mountain Goat Tag (Guide Required) $600
Bison Tag $900
Muskox Tag $2,200
Elk Tag $600
Deer Tag $300
Caribou Tag $650
Black Bear Tag $450
Wolf Tag $60
Wolverine Tag $350


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